Find resources about Universal Design for Learning and text-to-speech technology for special education.
Text to speech is an important tool to ensure that all learners and a more diverse audience can access content and participate in meaningful learning opportunities.
Instructional designers know that text to speech is an integral part of inclusive course design.
Text to speech in education allows all students, including those with learning and reading difficulties, to access and understand digital content in order to improve their results.
Find out why our customers and partners have chosen to work with ReadSpeaker and how our text-to-speech tools have solved their challenges and exceeded their expectations.
Discover everything you need to know about ReadSpeaker TextAid, an assistive technology tool for struggling readers which provides voice-enhanced literacy support.
ReadSpeaker provides quick and easy integration of text-to-speech learning tools into the Blackboard environment for enhanced accessibility and Universal Design for Learning.
Brightspace accessibility ensures that all students have equal access to learning content, whether students with heavy course loads, those with learning challenges such as dyslexia or AHDA or physical disabilities such as impaired vision, or those who prefer to listen to content.
Accessibility for the Moodle® learning management system ensures inclusivity for all students, even those with physical or cognitive disabilities. All learners can easily access the ReadSpeaker Listen button in any course content within the Moodle® learning environment.
Educators and school administrators can easily integrate audio and speech-enabled learning tools with Schoology coursework.
ReadSpeaker’s audio enhanced learning tools are easily integrated into any LMS or assessments platform.
ReadSpeaker Text to Speech for publishing allows content providers to quickly and easily meet accessibility requirements, while making content more engaging and competitive.
ReadSpeaker text-to-speech technology supports corporate training initiatives by allowing employees to listen to any text, using high quality natural-sounding voices and speech-enhanced study tools.
ReadSpeaker’s assistive technology supports learners who are eligible for accommodations by offering them the opportunity to listen to exams and assessments in order to better understand and succeed in their tests and evaluations.
ReadSpeaker has been bringing text to speech to education for over 20 years. Contact us to learn more about how audio can help your students and your organisation succeed.
Universal Design for Learning, or UDL, is a way of giving all learners an equal opportunity to learn, preparing the learning environment with flexible tools and materials to better meet the needs of every student.
Bimodal presentation simply refers to information that is presented in both audio and visual formats at the same time, reading a text, listening to it, and having the text highlighted at the same time. Bimodal content presentation aligns to the Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Yes, ReadSpeaker for the LMS reads alt texts.